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mnagy wrote:
Does the supervisor have to sign the index before it is submitted to TO
Yes, it is a seminar.

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Does the supervisor have to sign the index before it is submitted to TO or is it enough to have it signed at the end of the semester when we are getting the mark?


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Sure. You have to put his/her name as teacher of the course.

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And should the tutor sign the index?

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http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/studies/majors/ANN.html
No. This is probably expected to be governed by common sense.

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Do the ANN-492/494 courses have prerequisites? ANN-299, for example? (In the 2002/2003 credit system Tanegyseglista of ELTE, none is indicated.) I could not find them in the seas course catalogue.
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clarika wrote:
isn't it the teacher's code then?
No, that was a mistake. It is impossible to keep track on all possible supervisors. That seemed necessary when we got the exam sheets on paper. Now, we will manage by assigning the potential supervisors to the relevant codes (I couldn't do that yet, so this will be so from aut 2005). Of course the presupposition is that the ETR works. A weak hypothesis that is.

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Yes. Further advantages: you will know your final examination topic, it's indicated by your tutsem code. You should also enter the relevant teacher's name. I could not yet advertise these codes in the approriate way (they are nameless), but next autumn the tutsems will be advertised under the potential supervisors' names.


isn't it the teacher's code then?


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Thank you very much. So I will change my index entry to the new code, and let the teacher's name remain :)

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Yes. Further advantages: you will know your final examination topic, it's indicated by your tutsem code. You should also enter the relevant teacher's name. I could not yet advertise these codes in the approriate way (they are nameless), but next autumn the tutsems will be advertised under the potential supervisors' names.

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so do we have to use these codes instead of the teacher's code?
and what about the teacher's name? should it be indicated in the 'name' field or how?

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Thanks. It was a typo.

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Unfortunately, the link doesn't work :cry:


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Credit-system students working for a university degree (AMN, ANN, AKN) have to take one or two tutorial seminars (AMN-390, ANN-492 and ANN-494, AKN-496). A year ago I worked out a system whereby the code of the tutorial seminar identifies the supervisor. I have not yet seen the result (very few students got to actually taking these courses, so hopefully confusion will be minimal), but I decided to switch to a hopefully simpler system. (The problem with the per-supervisor codes was that the set of supervisors is not fixed.) Under the new system the code of the tutorial seminar identifies the field of the thesis as seen on http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/studies/gradu ... opics.html
Thus somebody writing her thesis on 19th c. English literature has to take ANN-492.14 and ANN-494.14 (or AKN-496.14 if she's a supplementary student), while an American studies student writing in American history can take AMN-390.04. This still gives adequate subcategorization. Codes were advertised under this scheme in the ETR this term.

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